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Rabbi Simcha Hochbaum

A resident of Chevron’s Avraham Avinu neighborhood, Rav Simcha’s song-filled and soul-stirring shiurim in Tanach, Shivat Tzion, Tefilah, Massechet Tamid and Chassidut have been inspiring students for decades. A long time student and musmach of Reb Shlomo Carlebach, zt”l , Rav Simcha graduated Yeshiva University with a B.S. in accounting and studied at the Azrieli Graduate School of Jewish Education. In addition to his many teaching posts over the years, Rav Simcha has also founded a number of “Carlebach Minyanim” throughout Israel.

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Rabbi Mattisyahu Brown

Rabbi Mattisyahu Brown received smicha from Reb Sholom Brodt, ztz”l, and Rav David Fink. He is an editor of English books on Chassidut, a professional baal tefillah and songwriter, a certified practitioner of Somatic Experiencing, the Alexander Technique, Voice Dialogue (“Psychology of the Selves”), and a lover of Jewish ‘nondual’ insights.

Rabbi David Fink

Rabbi Dr. David Fink

Rabbi Dr. David Fink is a well-known halachic figure in Jerusalem and an authoritative posak. He is an expert in many fields, including the interface between modern technology, medicine and Halacha. He teaches his humorous, psychologically intuitive lessons on halacha in Israel’s leading yeshivot.

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Mrs. Yehudis Golshevsky

Mrs. Yehudis Golshevsky is a graduate of Yavne Teacher’s Seminary in Cleveland and SUNY Buffalo. She is a Breslov Chassidiste (Chassida) who lives with her very patient and forgiving family in Jerusalem and has taught Breslov Chassidus (and many other subjects) and worked in Torah publishing for nearly twenty years.  Some projects include the new Holocaust history textbook, “Witness to History;” Erez Moshe Doron’s commentary on The Exchanged Children; content and curricula for Project Derech of Toronto; editing of the stories for Daf Digest and Mishnah Berurah Digest; and editing of the weekly translations of Rav Itche Meir Morgenstern’s shiurim for Toras Chochom.  But teaching Torah is her first love.

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Rabbi Ami Silver

Rabbi Ami Silver received smicha from Yeshivat Sulam Yaakov and worked for four years as a campus and community rabbi in the U.S. He is currently completing training as a clinical social worker. In his learning and teaching, Ami seeks to integrate Torah with the inner world of personal experience, exploration and growth.

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Morah Rochel Rena Silber

Morah Silber has had extensive experience in teaching over the past 30 years. While living in New York, Morah Silber taught in Ezra Academy and had weekly shiurim for women in the local communities. Since making Aliyah in 2001, she has continued teaching in various seminaries such as Neve Yerushalayim, Ba’er Miriam, Maayanot for Women, Tikvah, Midreshet Tehilla, Har Nof Women’s Parsha Shiur, Chabad of Ramat Shlomo and Tiferet. She brings in a broad variety of Chassidus sources in her shiurim, and helps her students develop practical ways of living according to chassidut.


Rabbi Avraham Sutton

Rabbi Avraham Sutton has been learning and teaching Torah, Kabbalah, Talmud, Midrash, Chassidut, prayer and meditation for many years. He has translated, edited or authored over 15 major works on the significance of Torah for our age.

Rabbi Sutton teaches a course called Kabbalistic Teachings on Prayer and Meditation.

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Emuna Witt Halevi

Emuna Witt Halevi  met Reb Shlomo about 43 years ago and has been transcribing his torahs and sharing his teachings for many years.  She loves to give over Chassidut from Rebbe Nachman, the Holy Slonima, and many other rebbes, with a lot of simcha!

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Leah Levitt

Leah Levitt is a Chabad Chasida living with her family in Nachlaot. She loves to give over Chassidut from the Lubavitcher Rebbe’s Sichot and Ma’amarim. Leah pursued both graduate studies in Judaic Studies and post graduate studies Jewish history at Stern College/Revel in New York.